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THE MORNINO JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1908 NEW HAVEN AND TARIFF REVISION Hooker Carriage Company No Longer in N?eed of Proteo tlon, Saya William H. Afcwood. WINCHESTERS STAND PAT Cornet Mnker(Aik for Adeqnnta Pro trctlon Vlflw of Btatg Other IndiMtir(M M Erpreasd Uj Committee. Wflshlngrton Da. 18. Scattered throughout the printed hearings ot th ways and nw&ns onnimitta on the tar iff ar manyiatatemiinUi from Connecti cut manufacturers, and moot of them fnvor the pOeient duties on the (Oodi tlioy manufacture. They are nearly all "Infant Industries' that need assist ance. And the iame In true all ovor the country. Mr. (Jrlggs expressed probably Oie sontlmente of the com nilttee on 'this pnlnt when he mid to Mr. Mlchelhon: "I have been here four day now, and I have Been more ln .fnnts flnd.chlldren than I ever dream ed of." 'But not all of the Connecticut lrmnufacttirers are In favor of the pres ent dutUvs nn their goods. William Hooker At wood of the New Haven Car rlaxe company wrltea to the commit tee thnA, "there li no occasion any longer for any tariff on carriages." He suggests, however, that for the purpose of ralsilng revenues the government might put on a duty of ten per cent. Mr. Atwood and other carriage makers favor the retention of the present duty or. automobiles, want free hides and a reduction of the duty on leather to ten per cnt. Tl'lnetiesttVa Standing Pat, The Union Metallic Cartridge com pany of Bridgeport and the "WlnchM- ter Arms company of New Haven have died briefs with the committee, ask ing for the retention of the present duty on all kinds ot ammunition and guns. Both companies repudiate the statement of an Importer that they ' are working under an understanding with all Jie gun nnd ammunition man ufacturers. fitrousei, Adlcrs Pica, for Help. The corset manufacturers have sub mltted a brief setting forth the prices and wages paid by them as compared with the Kuropenn market, nnd they ark for adaquate protection for their floods. The following Connection concerns appear In this list: George C. Batch01or & Co., Bridgeport; Blrdsey, GOT in BYAWFUL HUMOR Almost Covered with Eczema No Night's Rest for Nearly a Year Feared Lifelong Disfigurement All Treatments Failod and Limit of Endurance Seemed Near. PERFECT RECOVERY IS DUE TO CUTICURA "With the erneiptlon of his bands and feet, my son Clyde (thlrtnen years old) ias almost completely covered with owma. Physicians tMted him for nearly a Tear without helping blm any. W bile they were very kind and did all In their power, yet nothing seemed to re lieve 6m. And I had tried many rem edies sent to me by kind friends but they all failed. His head, face, and neck were covered with large seat which he would rub until they fell off. Then blood and matter would run out and that would be worse. Monv a time he looked as If his ears would drop off. Friends com ing to seej hlra said that If be fpt well be would be disfigured lor life. " Whn It seemed as if he conld pos sibly stand it no longer, I decided to try Cuttcura. I bought a cake of Cutl cura Soap, a box of Cutlcura Ointment, and a bottle of Cutlcura Beeolvent. I used them In the evening and that was the first night for nearly a year that he slept. This mar sound eragnerated V you, but In the morning there was a g eat change for the hetter. In about six weeks yon could not have told that hebadorerhad anythlngwrongwith him. I treated him twice a day for lis months nd at present he has a fine complexion and not a scar on his body. This story may seem overdrawn, but neither words nor pen can describe Clyde's suffering and how be looked. Our leading phy sician, Tr. . recommends the Cutl cura Uemediee for eraema. Mrs. Algy Cockburn, fthiloh, O., June 11, 1007." Frexrtwnt shampoos with OufcVrara Boap and weokly dressings with Cuti cura stop falling hair, remove crusts, coalfis, and dandruff, dostroy holr para sites, soothe Irritated, itching surfaces, stimulate the hair follicles, supply the roots with nourishment, loosen the scalp skin, and make the hair grow UP"J sweet, wholesome, healthy seals, wnen 11 other remedies fail. Complete FiWrml iroit InWml TKoUMnt fw T.y'n Uuraor of lnfMt.T OMUirm, m4 Ariulu nuliU t Outieun ttow) (JM.) W Oihs Um ttbtoi Ciitfrtim Otntmmt (Wo.) to Rnl h Mn, ud Cntlrarn RmoIvmii rMXi.t.rorrnlbtfnrraotCkofnUM Conttit Pill. 2i. wir v1( el SO) (w rnrlfr tto Bum. Bold t-h roufbo.it tM wurM. rtttm Drn a CUmm. Com . Hniit Pr.o Boatno. Mima. . mruulA I'd. Cuusna Hk on MS Blm Snmmers Co., Bridgeport; Brewster Corset company, P'-rhy; C'ronn Cornet company, Bridgeport; Ponnnr, Haw &, Co,, Bridgeport ; I. Newman & Hon.", New Haven; H. A (i. Cowl com puny. South Norwalk; Htrouse, Afller A com pany, New Haven; I. RtrniiH Co., New Haven, and Warner Brothers' company, Bridgeport. AliHonln and Dcrhy Tlrnrd. The Ansonla 0. St C. company urges the retention of the pronpnt duty on webbings and laci, nnd In this they are joined by other Connecti cut manufacturers. y.r. W. Pklddy of Stamford files a brief on extracts for tanning, fnvorlng more protection. The Star Pin company of perhy nnd Waterhury want wire hat pins made a class by Itself, with a speoltln duty of 2 or 8 cents per pound, In addition to the 85 per cent, ad valorem duty now existing. The Billiard Machine Tool company of Bridgeport favors a maximum and minimum tariff on Its poods whloh would form a basis for reciprocal ar rangements. A minimum of 10 per cent, would, In the opinion of Presi dent Billiard, be sufficient to protect all lines of machine tools, while the maximum Is suggested at 15 or Sft per cent. The present duty Is 4f per cent, ad valorem. The American Pin company of Waterhury wants tho present duty 5f 46 per cent, ad valorem on hooka and eyes retained, while tho bicycle manufacturers, represented by Colonel George Tope of the Pope Man ufacturing Co. of Hartford, have lodg ed their protest against any reduction of the duty on bleycles. The American Paper floods company of Kensington sugKefts a new classification for envel r.res and puts the duty on plain en velopes at 20 per csnt. ad valorem. Fancy ones are put at 35 per cent. nnd tho additional duty to be Imposed on the papor. Reduction In Otitfry Duties. The manufacturers of table cutlery as represented by C. F. Smith and H. A. Curtlss of New Britain have also suggested a substantial reduction in all kinds of cutlery. They have sub mitted a schedule to the committee and also urges a maximum and mini mum tariff In place of the present reciprocity treaty with Germany. On common knives and forks, which rep resent In dollars one-third at lenst of the entire production of the trade, the reduction suggested Is from 45 per cent, to 2a per cent, ad valorem. On the other hand, tho Kmlth Worthlngtnn company of Hartford, manufacturers of saddlery goods, ad vocate a higher duty than 45 per cent, on their goods In order to develop the saddlery Industry In this country. Silver Duty Suits Merldcn. S. L. Harbour of the International Silver company of Merldcn presents a lengthy brief as to the silver duties wanted, nnd suggests that 70 per cent. Is not too high on many of the Hrtlcles manufactured by this company. Ho also claims that a reduction of the tariff would cause reduction of wage In their line. Colonel Frank W. t'be ney of South Manchester represented the Silk Association of America, and made a statement before the commit tee. He claimed thas a severe nit in the tariff rates on silk will be followed Immediately by n cut In the wages of the workers In the silk mills. Later Mr. Cheney stated that they were not before the committee to protect against anything, but would accept whatever the committee decide to do. It If prcdlctrrl that In the tariff bill which Is being fiam"d by the ways nnd means committee Philip pine tobacco win be on the free list, with a limitation on the amount of leaf that can hn brought Into the country. One reason for this con clusion Is a question which Chairman Payne naked of Marcus I,. Floyd of Tarlffvllle, when he was on the stand In relation to wrupper tobacco. Mr. Payne's question was; "Suppose the : amount of tobneco coming from the Philippine Islands was limited to a certain number of tons a year, would that not do away with the most seri ous objection that you have?" fin far as Connertleut Is concerned, the wrapper tobacco schedule seems to be the most Importnnt, and the to bacco men are the only ones that have appeared before the committee from the state. DR. FRED WALLACE nilNTIHT. Office Hoars, O-lil a. m, 3.6, 7-8 p. m. Nun ilny , 10 n. ni.,-1 p. m. Formerly of 34 College Strset, Now I.ocnfed at 928 CHAPEL STREET Oorner of Temple Street DO YOU WANT ANY raperlinngiiiK. Meiiell Work. Deenrnt Init mill Inside Pnlnttmtf good work at very lowest prices. If so, I wont to talk wltli you. r am not. In business, simply want work during the dull sea- MJIl. CARL JOHNSON U Greenwood St., West Haven. Ashes Removed Short Notice. General Csrtng Done. tick nkw tr,nvir:n. Knnd f"r Sidewalk for Kale. F. K. SWAN. Tel H00-. S55 Orchard St EAST HAYEN to fieorge W. Atwater was called Cleveland. O., by the death of his sis ter, leaving, for that place Friday morning;, Mlas Kmma Hotchklss of Waltliam. Ma.ss., who was the week-end guest of her sister, Mr.s. Hattle Falrdiild, left ye.sterday for Merlden, where she will remain with her sisters. Mrs. II M. Chittenden and Mrs. Walter Wil son for the reat of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. .lo'.inson were guents at Christmas of Mr. Johnson's parents in Franklin, Conn., Mrs. Johnson spending the remainder of the week with her Ulster In Manchester, Mr. snd Mrs. Agnew of Thotnpflou avenue entertained fit Christmas din ner Dr. Hurt Agnew of the Haekus '.ioniltal In Norwich, Miss 'pcse c,rls- world of Ivoryton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrlman and Miss Mnbln Merrlma.n of Wostvlllo, Mr. and Mrs. Tilchard Xlekerson are entertaining over the holidays their daughter, Mrs. Newton of Exchange street, New Haven, and her family. The ChrlstmnB tree and exerclaes for the Hunday school will he In the church, this evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody welcome. The Christmas tree of the fiundny school of Christ church will he In the town 'hall Tuesday evening, January fi. Mlas Eva. Hotchklss, who has heen spending several days In Merldcn, re turned to her work Inst, evening. Two new telephones have been or dered and will soon be placed In I he homes ot J. R. Kennedy In Ihe Hriiti ford road and N. A. Palmer, who has recently moved Into his new yiou.mc in Main street. Howard llurtton of Forbes Place Is another victim of the measles. Services In Christ church Sunday afternoon were held as usual at 4 o'clock and was observed as Christ mas Hunday. The church was simply The Year's lUl Women's and ' Greatest Bargain Misses' Outter- "Mj Sjj Opportunities in sfJ Apparel Come in '"; I he Annual Green lag Me iv; JiiaiwuHii'WWiinwM iiwimiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii ill iiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiif is iiiiiiieiii wilier mi i I I li mi h Deep, Hard Price Cutting all through the Suit Stock j , fl I These suits are the most favored models of the season. The tailoring is on a par with our usual standard 9 s . These suits are the most favored models of the season. The tailoring is on a par with our usual standard and each suit at its original price was a sterling value. At the present sale prices they form bargains of the first water. The assortment of materials offers a choice of Voiles, Chiffon Panamas and fine Broadcloths. The reductions follow : Suits lhat were marked $50.00, $25.00 NOW SELLING At Suits that were marked $39., $40., $45., $49.50, $17.50 NOW SELLING AT Suits that were. marked $20., $25., and $30.,' $15.00 NOW SELLING AT AH the Handsome Evening Wraps Reduced a Third or More. $50.00 Evening Wraps now $35.00. Wraps of black brondcloth, lined with red Bilk; gold embroidfirad collar, silk cord trimmings; were $50.00. Sale Price, $35.00. $45.00 Evening Wraps now $35.00. Pink Broadeloth Wraps, elaborately trimmed with silk embroidery; white sat in lined. Formerly marked $45.00. Sale Price, $35.00. $40.00 Evening Wraps, $30.00. Striking Evening Wraps of appricot broadcloth with rich trimmings of gold braid, lined with white satin; a regular $10.00 garment reduced to $30.00. $30.00 Evening Wraps now $20.00. Black Broadcloth Evening Wraps, lined witn satin and tastefully trimmed with fancy braid; were $30.00. Now selling at $20.00. $30.00 Evening Wraps now $20.00. Handsome Evening Wraps of cream broadcloths with lining of white satin. These were marked at $30.00. Green Tag Sale Price, $20.00. $30.00 Evening Wraps now $20.00. Some rich mode color broadcloth Even ing Wraps, nicely lined with fine white satin; were $30.00, in the Green Tag Sale at $20.00. Green Tag Prices that: Appear on the Waists. White Japanese Silk Waists that were marked $8.00, in the Green Tag Sale, at $4.00 each. Plaid Silk Wrists that were $10., $12., and $15., Al $7.50 each. Lace Trimmed Black Taffeta Waists Selling at Just Half Value. $8.00 Black Taffeta Waists, $4.00 $9.00 Black Taffeta Waists, $4.50 $10.00 Black Taffeta Waists, $5.00 $12.00 B'ack Taffeta Waists, $6.00 $15.00 Black Taffeta Waists, $7.50 White Japanese Silk Waists that were marked $2.98 to $4.98, in the GrecnTag Sale, at $2.45 each. Striped Lawn Waists that were $2.00, At $1.25 each. Coats for Women and Misses' all Under-Priped. There is a thoice here of all the season's favored mfdels. The majority come in the papular 50 inch length. Some are lined, olhtrs unlined. The following figures show the reductions : , $4.95 Women's end M:rs' Coats that were $6.00 ami $7.00, at Women's and Mioses' Coats &r qct that were $9.?0 enl $10.00, at 4vJ.J Women's and Misses' Costs & 4 t qk that were marked $15.00, at 4 1 J Women's and Misses' Coats M QCJ Ihas'were marked $20.00, at 4 lO.JJ Women's and Misses' Coats C4Ck Od that were marked $25.00, at 3 I " J Women's Cotts that were $30.00 and $35.50, at $25.00 Beautiful Evening Dresses at Reductions that Mean Bargains. Thf se Dresses are of fine qislity satin ni?ssa!in and nets. All are handsomely trimmed and in models and de signs that are enjoying hi$h favor. The redudiorn are generous enough to make it very advantageous to pur chase whiie they are in force. , $25.00 Tvenii Dresses, now $20.00 $27.00 F veiling Presses, now $21.60 $29.50 Evening Dresses, now $22. GO $10.00 Tvening Dresses, now $24.00 $ 2. . 0 Evening Dress?s, now $26.00 $35.00 Evening Dresses, now $28.00 $39.50 Evening Dresses, now $45.00 Evening Dresses, now $49.50 Evening Dresses, now $31.60 $36.00 $39.60 Read Here of the Green Tag Fur Reductions. A lime for substantial savings on Furs. Our enlire stock of high grade Fur Scarfs, Muffs and Coats has received reductions that olfer real bargains to all fur buyers.- $65.00 Russian Pony Coat, 40.50 Near Seal Coat 35.00 Mink Scarfs, 40.00 Mink Scarfs, 35.00 Blended Mink Scarfs, $25.00 25.00 20.00 25.00 20.00 $40. 00 Double Mink Scarfs, $25. 00 45 00 Mink Shawl Scarfs, 30.00 20.00 Mink Scarfs, . 15.00 25.00 Jap. Mink Scarfs, 15.00 25 00 Blended Mink Scarfs, 15. 00 $100' Mink Shawl Scarfs, ; $75 $30. 'Persian Lamb Scarf $19.50 $.45. Blk. Lynx Scarf, $30 $40. Blk. Lynx Scarf, , $25. $45. Pointed Fox Set, $30 LOG SILK KIMONOS REDUCED. $15.00 Kimonos, $10.0J. $10.00 Kimonos, $7.50. $ 8.98 Kimonos, $ 5.00. $ 0.!8 Kimonos, J4.G0. PRICE CUTTING IN CHILDREN'S COATS. Children's $5.93 Coats, $4.46. $6.50 Children's Coats, $4.88 Children's $7.98 Coats, $5.99. $10.00 Children's Coats, $7.50 St "Robinson Co l ormerly The. Ho toe CSL Siefjon Stores. tint iip'ttijy ilrrnt'M li'.l with .;;inirs, ll.Mll til" fl'rtiir. lii'V. i. A. Ali'ntt, a vi'ry liiliTi'HiitiK m-ittiji fnmi M;il-Uintt- x, II. 'I'll" i hnir rrtulrfi'd S'linc very fine Ni'h'i't 1'inn who'll 1 1 ; r ) In en pripiived for tin- orc-minii. The un lit was "They Were KheplnTilK." hy W. li. .Mpenecr, Htnl "'Ne;ith Ihe Ivir't frn SMes," iiIhu hy W. I'.. S" lev. MIM Nancy Unmlyi'iir v-r- ionint!l,v rnnderei'l for the nftvrlnr "The nitlitteK hi' Bethlehem" h Sunnier Stilt net'. The l.a'ltrij' jiuiltl of Christ diut'cli ill 1 1 1 1 " ' I I his :i I'l enieuii :iir;ill Cntier In Mnin st f uilh Mr ,li.'i ( 'iirrie Sein i'le "i' W'el her-lielil, who h:ll heen isi I imv lit the helllr ill' hef hrnther, .li'ilin ill l''o lies plllee I ! ; t M ret nrneil lii her home. "li, William Wells who Vis heni in t i.w n ulnee i 'hri.' I nuis ihi ret iirneil to Iter home In W'i'l hersllehl. .-'iinnl.'iy ,it'- lertionn. riifl'oril WllloitKhhy who -'mil li Jiend, J in I ., for the! Illis heen ill litist four yours Is spomliriR thf liulliliiyH at 'tin' home of his pun-iils, Mr. iiinl Mrs. V. U W'HIniiKhhy nt' Siiiil'ofil slfpet, . The tiieet iliK: of the Kivlesliist i-n I so riely WHS Im;II III the ehttreh lilst. even lllK. .Mei'titiK I'lilled lo order and S, II. t'lildsey vviiM elecleil us chnirnian nl' the meeting lieport of seeret.'l IV lllld I I'e.isnrer vux ii'inl and iieeepled. Re port of I rnslii's, rend and noreptoil. lie port of chairman of society's comiuil lee wa.s t v i i t to tho point, as It was shown there was a, di-tlelt hot v con tlie lncoinc ami expenses; it was d'-'ctned iidvlsahle for some method of Im-roas-ItlK' tin- income, . Kleclion of iillieers I'ollowed: Secre tary and treasurer, Wallace Colin-; so ciety' ,-ominillei-, S. II. Chidsey, II. II. lir.'ulley. Motion made and carried that the price of ,-.enls he slight ly ' ra Ised lo cover extra, expense of Ihe sociely. The sale of sealx next In order which wan dispefsnl of in short order. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Washington, I ,. 2H. It was learn 0.1 here to-day that llushop .Dennis J. c'Cmmell, rector of the ( itholHV uni versity of A nierlcn, has l.o'r-n ftppnlnt i"d hishop coadjiilor ,f Sun t-'ranrlsco, 'New Yrk, !(', 2X. Captain V. J, Harney noin f 1 1-tfil his last trip as a pilot, when he brought the .stt-anwhlB Admiral Kehley up the' harhor tn-dtiy, Ho la sixty-seven years, old and hat heen attached to a. pilot boat slnep ht wjiii loiirteen. l-'lrst he was tin- niilp'l hoy, hut ho rose to ho a pilot forty two years ago.